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AKWAABA 2018 Brought Me Back From London, Then Took Me Back To Namibia!

You see, for me, not every event is worth attending, and certainly not every event attended is worth writing about. However, it’s an A+ in both departments when it comes to events organised by Mr. Ikechi Uko and his Team. The most recent of such events is the three-day long 2018 Akwaaba African Travel Market which held at the prestigious Eko Hotels and Suites, Lagos, Nigeria between September 9 and 11, 2018. One minute I’m studying at the London Makeup School, the next I’m moderating the Youth In Tourism panel.

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Made possible by this event which brings ALL of Africa together under one roof. For anyone who is unable to attend, the reason could be anything except the fact that the notice was short. No, not an Ikechi-led event! Dates for the next edition often come ONE YEAR IN ADVANCE, which is also how I know that the 15th Akwaaba African Travel Market will hold on the 22nd to the 24th of September, 2019.

Promo 1My Top 8 Stands at the 2018 Akwaaba African Travel Market

The just concluded 2018 Akwaaba African Travel Market had a record number of stands and exhibitors. For three consecutive days, the two exhibition floors were completely taken. From airlines to hospitality companies, to tour operators, to tourism boards and even States, the stands were all colourful and well appointed. But here are my top 8…

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Promo 1West and central Africa is least connected in Aviation Industry in Africa-IATA

The International Air Transport Association (IATA), has said West and Central Africa is the least connected air transport market in the aviation industry in Africa.

Vice President, IATA, Africa and the Middle East, Adefunke Adeyemi, stated this at the just concluded 14th Akwaaba African Travel Market, held in Lagos recently.

Adeyemi who…

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Promo 1South Africa to amend child visa requirements after business & leisure visitor fall-off

South Africa will allegedly scrap the child visa requirements after visitor number declined by “1.5% year-on-year in the first seven months of this year,” Business Tech SA reported. The official announcement is expected to be detailed by President Ramaphose on Friday.

According to a statement issued after a Cabinet Meeting on …

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